A Promising Approach to Addressing America’s Biggest Challenges
Community Collaboratives Whitepaper
Communities face powerful challenges—a high-school dropout epidemic, youth unemployment, teen pregnancy—that require powerful solutions. In a climate of increasingly constrained resources, those solutions must help communities to achieve more with less. A new kind of community collaborative—an approach that aspires to significant, community-wide progress by enlisting all sectors to work together toward a common goal—offers enormous promise to bring about broader, more lasting change across the nation.
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This article was originally published in The White House Council for Community Solutions.
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